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VISA for chinese

글자 크게 글자 작게 인쇄

In Case of Chinese(and Cuba, Syria, Macedonia, Kosovo) Student(D-2)

  • Acceptance Request Respective University
    (Applicant)
  • Standard Acceptance Letter Issuance - Registration International Student Information System (Person-in-change of international students)
  • Confimation of VISA Issuance Application - Issuance Respective Immigration Office (Applicant or Inviter)
  • Confimation of VISA Issuance-Issuance (Submit the acceptance number) Diplomatic Mission Abroad (Appicant or representative)
  • ENTRY AIRPORT, PORT
  • Visa Application Form
  • Copy of Passport and One standard size photograph
  • x-documents proving your family relations (Please enclose the original copy as well as the translated version. Also, this x-document is required from nationals of 21 countries listed below, and the x-document must indicate English spelling of your parents' names)

    china(Family Relations Registry or notarized x-document proving family relations)

  • x-x-x-documents to guarantee financial capacity needed for study and housing-Certificate of Bank Balance (from the student)
    • Definite Statement assuring the Financial and Reference Certificate
    • Detailed Report concerned the Financial and Reference Assurance
  • Certificate of Reference (prescribed form, notarization required)-cost 22,000 won required by June 1998
  • Standard Acceptance Letter
  • Resident I.D of all family
  • Original copy of Diploma (English copy enclosed)
  • School Tranx-script (English copy enclosed)
  • x-documented proof of final level of education
    In Principle, x-x-x-documented proof of final level of education that you submit must be an original version. x-x-x-documented proof of education that you requested and received is acceptable only within its validity, which is generally 30 days from the date of issue and extendable. If you are a citizen of one of the 21 designated countries below or have a degree/ an academic certificate of one of those countries, you must submit i, ii or ii.

    Designated 21 Countries
    China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Mongolia, Thailand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Iran, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Ukraine, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt, Peru(21 countries in total)

    • Ax-x-x-document of degree/diploma certified in accordance with the Apostille Convention
    • Ax-x-x-document of degree/diploma x-x-confirmed by the Korean consul stationed in the country where the school is located or by the consul of the country concerned stationed in Korea
    • A certified report of degree/diploma issued by the China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center/China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development Center (only for those who acquired a diploma/degree in China)
    • If you have a diploma/degree of a Korean school, you may submit a x-x-x-document of diploma/degree without x-x-confirmation/ (Information will be verified with the original diploma/degree and the records on the Immigration Information System, and then the copy will be stored.
    • A citizen of countries other than the 21 designated countries above also may be required to submit a x-x-x-document among i, ii or i at the discretion of the head of an Immigration (Branch) Office, if he/she is suspected of falsifying the x-x-x-document.
    Examples
    • A citizen of china with a degree or an academic certificate of a school in America: You must have your x-x-x- document certified in accordance with the Apostille convention or x-x-confirmed by the consul of Korean diplomatic missions in the U.S or the consul of American diplomatic missions in KOREA
    • A citizen of the U.S. with a degree or an academic certificate of a school in china: You must submit a certified report of degree/diploma issued by the china Higher Education Student Information and Career Center/China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development center or a x-x-x-document x-x-confirmed by the consul of Korean diplomatic missions in China.
    • A high-school graduate: proof of final education (a certificate of graduation)
    • A person with a bachelor's or higher degree: Proof of degree(a certificate of graduation showing the degree is also acceptable)
    • A transfer student: Proof of final education (if bachelor's or higher degree-proof of the degree) and a certificate of attendance of current school(if you are still attending school)
  • Certificate of Employment (in case of employment in China)